Doctor Who’s David Tennant was in quite the loved-up mood this past weekend, as seen at the Wizard World Comic Con in Raleigh, North Carolina.
It’s OK. We won’t be bringing every new casting choice from Disney’s live-action recreation of their own classic cartoon Beauty and the Beast to Anglophenia readers one name at a time, but this newsflash is just a …
Before we get started looking at the past week in Doctor Who, let’s go on a journey to the distant past. No, not prehistoric times, I’m talking about a time before there was an actual Doctor Who to watch.
This week, the rivers of major cities all over the world will run green, the bars will be filled with people wearing fake beards, green top hats and sunglasses fashioned into the shape of twin four-leaved clovers, and there will be much …
Doctor Who isn’t the only Steven Moffat series that can turn back the clock. Apparently, Sherlock is getting in on the time-shifting action.
Throwing on a silly red nose can make a difference with the U.K.’s Comic Relief’s annual Red Nose Day telethon hitting the £1 billion ($1.
Karen Gillan may have been a little quiet since Selfie ended, but two recent news stories have emerged that suggest she’s going to have another busy year.
Elizabeth Hurley is the Queen of England. That’s a sentence you probably thought you would never hear, but she plays Queen Helena, the head of the British monarchy, in E!’s first original scripted series The Royals.
There’s a nice interview with Emma Watson in the latest issue of Total Film magazine, in which she describes the challenges involved in taking on the role of Belle in Disney’s live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast …
Because there is nothing better, when faced with a dark spot caused by the sudden absence of a brilliant mind—like that of Sir Terry Pratchett—than basking in the warm glow left by its most shiny of illuminations.